CANAL+ acquires rights to World Padel Tour The world's leading French-language content provider will broadcast the world's best padel matches in 62 different territories 06/11/2021 En Español Chingotto and Tello face shock exit in Santander Open round of 16 Twins knocked out, Josemaría and Sánchez pushed all the way in Santander round of 16 Court 2: Javis take down Sanz and Lamperti in Santander Court 4: Jensen and Navarro in great form in Santander bow Centre court highlights: Lima/Stupaczuk end Nieto/Yanguas-era, Brea/Icardo start title defence in Santander Netherlands in numbers: The incredible Amsterdam Open 2022 viewership statistics! Santander ready again for World Padel Tour with 14th Open of 2022 Solid Pujals and Brito into Santander - Cantabria Open 2022 main draw Emotional Guerrero and Piotto make first-ever main draw at Santander - Cantabria Open LIVE: Watch the Adeslas Santander - Cantabria Open 2022 for free on WorldPadelTourTV! Fede Chingotto and Juan Tello to go separate ways after seven seasons Close to 20.000 people visit inaugural Amsterdam Open 2022! CANAL+ has acquired the rights to broadcast World Padel Tour in 62 territories around the world. The French media group has signed a multiple-year deal to show the best padel in the world.With this deal, which is one of the most significant in World Padel Tour history, the competition continues its expansion process. CANAL+ is the world's leading French-language content provider in the sector.They will broadcast the world's fastest-growing sporting competition in a total of 62 territories. These include France, Poland, Polynesia, Andorra, Monaco, Switzerland, Slovakia, Vietnam, Angola, Ethiopia, and Romania."The arrival on our channels of a sport in full development such as padel is wonderful news. CANAL+ has always been a trendsetter in sports broadcasting and, once again, we are here to offer our subscribers the trending sports. As with other sports, we will offer quality World Padel Tour coverage, with live broadcasts greatly enriched by the work of our teams," Thierry Cheleman, CANAL+ Sports Director, said about this partnership.World Padel Tour General Director Mario Hernando values the importance of this new agreement: "The alliance between CANAL+ and World Padel Tour is very exciting for the professional circuit. Firstly, because of the joy that comes from partnering with one of the biggest audiovisual companies in the world and all that this entails. Secondly, but no less important, because it is an operator that comes to cover a sector in which padel still has a huge margin for growth. We are sure CANAL+ will help to give a qualitative leap to our competition and its global broadcasting".The partnership will begin at the Estrella Damm Madrid Master Final 2021, the first tournament to be broadcast around the whole world via CANAL+. This is one of the most popular audiovisual groups on the planet, with a total of 21.5 million subscribers and whose main feature is the premium treatment of all sporting competitions. From this year onwards, this will include World Padel Tour.